To my knowledge, one can still perform an RD to receive to dock , and
  update the PO fields even if this is a non-inv. item.

  An RP is also possible.

  The PO, is the record AP should be using to determine receipt, (3 - way
  match) before booking an Invoice....  This is a vanilla AP function, and
  works quite well.

  It's been awhile since ive been in this area,  so please model to be sure
  of the results you expect.

  Jeff Snyder,  CPIM

  Guide Technologies, LLC

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    From:  mandis-inc@xxxxxxx
    Reply-To:  MAPICS ERP System Discussion <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
    To:  mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
    Subject:  [MAPICS-L] Misc Items - Inventory Type 2 or 3
    Date:  Wed, 06 Sep 2006 21:05:40 +0000
    9/6

    A how to question on Inventory Type 2.  I would like to set up some item
    type 3 items as Inventory Type 2 and not create an item balance
    record.  However, when one of these Inventory type 2 item is on a PO and
    is at the dock, I would like to do a transaction that would identify to
    AP that the material has been received.

    Is there a way to do this.

    TIA

    Mike Dreimiller
    --
    Best regards,

    Mike Dreimiller
    Mandis Inc.
    410-526-5996
    Mandis-Inc@xxxxxxx
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